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Pro-Surve Technical Services has experienced Inspectors on staff certified by the American Petroleum Institute by examination. We are available to staff both long term and temporary assignments for run and maintain or turnaround inspection support. Our Inspectors have certifications and expertise in the following:

  • API-510 – Authorized Pressure Vessel Inspector.
  • API-570 – Authorized Piping Inspector.
  • API-571 – Corrosion And Materials.
  • API-578 – Positive Material Identification.
  • API-580 – Risk Based Inspections.
  • API-653 – Authorized Tank Inspector.
  • API-QUTE – Qualification of Ultrasonic Testing Examiner.
  • API-QUTE-PA – Qualification of Ultrasonic Testing – Phased Array.
  • API-QUSE – Ultrasonic C Testing Examiner (sizing).
  • API-936 – Refractory Personnel.

Pro-Surve Technical Services also has experienced Certified Welding Inspectors (CWI) on staff as well as NACE certified coatings inspectors. These specialty inspectors can assist you with your project or maintenance needs either on a temporary or long term assignments in fabrication facilities or in field project sites.

  • AWS – Certified Welding Inspector.
  • NACE – Certified Level 2 or 3 coatings inspectors.

Our Culture

Pro-Surve develops and maintains relationships with clients that share our commitment to provide quality and cost effective, innovative mechanical integrity inspections and non-destructive testing services. We care about our clients and maintain a dependable reputation for high quality and nimble customer service. We care deeply for our employees who demonstrate our credibility and foster our reputation, and why we take care of our people and their families so that they can do their jobs well and return home safely each day.

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